If you plan to transport your Ultro on a car or truck rack, take care to use a style that protects the carbon frame tubes. The best option are hitch-mount carriers, like the Thule T2 style, that don’t touch the frame at all. Another good option is the fork-mount carrier, where the front wheel is removed and the bike attaches to the rack with a quick release lever that grabs the fork dropouts. If you use this type of carrier, take care to install and remove the bike only in a straight up-and-down motion. Don’t tilt the bike at an angle, as this could damage the dropouts.
Avoid using the style of rack with a “jaws” clamp that clamps onto and squeezes the downtube. This type is fine for steel frames, but should be avoided with carbon.
With any rack, check the clamps, straps, and pads to ensure that nothing is rubbing or scraping the frame before driving.